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Re: How is RTI affecting your class time?

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  • Marianna
    Well, that s why we are trying to do-- make a block of time. But by doing that -- we have to slice minutes off all classes-- from reading, ss, science, math,
    Message 1 of 10 , Dec 4, 2008
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      Well, that's why we are trying to do-- make a block of time. But by
      doing that -- we have to slice minutes off all classes-- from reading,
      ss, science, math, pe, art, band, chorus, etc...

      We should be having another meeting- so I'll let you all know what
      happened.


      --- In art_education@yahoogroups.com, "aliteachesart" <abenton@...>
      wrote:
      >
      > Hi,
      >
      > At my school kids that need extra come in early and work with a
      > specialist (reading, math, etc.) for a half hour. These teachers are
      > on flex time, they leave early. Are the students going to miss your
      > class every time? If their intensive skill building is on a rotating
      > schedule they will not miss the same special area. Taking time from
      > all of your classes is not fair to any students, those that need extra
      > instruction and those who are on level. What can you do in 20
      > minutes? Is that really going to help them build skills? Have they
      > thought about building a large block of time in and giving the kids
      > what they need, others a meaningful enrichment? Let us know what they
      > end up doing. ALi B k-4
      >
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